Took a drive around the flat fenland in North Cambs and South Norfolk and was surprised to see so many gaps in the emerging cereals. Regular gaps between drill widths and small blocks missed altogether. Tram lines all appeared ok.
Am I right in thinking that in the days of conventional drills...
In East Cambs today saw two fields on unknown to me crop.
Didn't have phone so no picture. Interested as to what it is.
Light blue, about a foot tall, in drills, annual, land was bare in early spring.Single stem branching out into branches of small blue flowers and seeds rather like barley ears...
Aim to arrive at 10.30 and leave at 3.30. Journey time by rail or car is about an hour.
Convenience more important than cost.
Which is best?
Is there a long walk on the car park? Are there long waits for buses to and from the station.